Warm Australian desert colours in this cuff.
This Australian cuff bracelet is part of a collection made by Lisa Engeman from Occulture in collaboration with the Warlukurlangu Artists Aboriginal Corporation. The artwork is painted by Mary Anne Nampijinpa Michaels and is inspired by a rock hole in Western Australia and the dreamtime story of a rainbow serpent which rose from the waterhole and ate everyone gathered around the water hole.
Lisa uses the licensed artwork from these artists to create contemporary jewellery by anodising aluminium and finishing with sterling silver details.
This bracelet has a silky smooth finish and the ends of the cuff have been beautifully finished off with wide sterling silver caps.
The cuff is 47mm wide and has an internal circumference of 20cm.
Wear it with our matching Desert Colours pendant and view more from Occulture .